Accession: L12620
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to James Ackland, January 13, 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: James Ackland 
Date: January 13, 1880 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy
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My dear Student,

My husband has been intending every day since he received your beautiful packageEditorial Note: This is probably a reference to a package of cards on which Ackland printed Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. to send a return of thanks but we were moving from West Newton to the above place and no moments could be spared He unites with me today in this letter although he is in LynnEditorial Note: Lynn, Massachusetts and we both say thanks a thousand for the prettiest best Christmas and New Years offering

And now dear Student we are anxious to know how you are prospering We will buy some more of those cardsEditorial Note: Cards on which Ackland had printed Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. of you please send us two dozen more if you have them and the bill, do not reduct for us, and we will forward the pay by return mail

Dr. Arnes has got all he can do and some of the best people in the city are among his patients Oh how I wish I had twenty such enterprising healers as he is to do such a vast amount of good as he is capable of doing and the others even more so

Love from them, all but especially from
Asa G. & M B G Eddy
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My dear Student,

My husband has been intending every day since he received your beautiful packageEditorial Note: This is probably a reference to a package of cards on which Ackland printed Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. to send a return of thanks but we were moving from West Newton to the above place and no moments could be spared He unites with me today in this letter although he is in LynnEditorial Note: Lynn, Massachusetts and we both say thanks a thousand for the prettiest best Christmas and New Years offering

And now dear Student we are anxious to know how you are prospering We will buy some more of those cardsEditorial Note: Cards on which Ackland had printed Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. of you please send us two dozen more if you have them and the bill, do not reduct for us, and we will forward the pay by return mail

Dr. Arnes has got all he can do and some of the best people in the city are among his patients Oh how I wish I had twenty such enterprising healers as he is to do such a vast amount of good as he is capable of doing and the others even more so

Love from them, all but especially from
Asa G. & M B G Eddy